The following are key staff members to whom a report may be made via email, phone or in person:
Loren Ciardullo - Special Assistant to the President/Title IX Coordinator Reid Castle - President's Office 914-323-5299 Loren.Ciardullo@mville.edu
Sharlise Smith-Rodriguez – Dean of Students Title IX Deputy Coordinator Reid Castle – Room 227 914-323-3134 Sharlise.Smith@mville.edu
Stephanie Carcano-- Human Resources Generalist/Benefits Title IX Deputy Coordinator Chapel Corridor - Room 206 914-323-5138 Stephanie.Carcano@mville.edu
Julene Caulfield-- Director for Athletics & Recreation Title IX Deputy Coordinator Kennedy Gym – Main Floor 914-323-7285 Julene.Fisher@mville.edu
The Title IX Coordinator is formally designated to coordinate the College’s compliance efforts regarding reports of sexual misconduct and discrimination by members of the College Community. The Coordinator will oversee the review, investigation and resolution of all reports under this Policy.
Individuals may also choose to report incidents of prohibited conduct to College employees not specifically designated above. The following is a list of Mandated Reporters who are trained to receive reports or complaints of sexual misconduct:
Senior Officers (Vice Presidents and Upper level administrators);
Campus Safety and Security;
Human Resources Administrators;
Other Deans, Associate Deans, Directors and Administrators with supervisory responsibilities;
Academic Department Chairs and Program Directors.
Coaches including Assistant ADs and Assistant Coaches;
Faculty/Staff advisors to student clubs/organizations;
Student Affairs professionals;
Residential Life Para and Professional Staff.
All Mandated Reporters are required to report incidents to the College's Title IX Coordinator or designee who will determine the most appropriate course of action to ensure a prompt and equitable response. This legal obligation is based on the Title IX requirement that the College take immediate and corrective action if an employee knows or, in the exercise of reasonable care, should have known about sexual or gender-based harassment or violence. Pursuant to this Policy, failure to report allegations of sexual misconduct may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination and/or dismissal from the College.
While steps are taken to protect the privacy of all involved, individuals should understand that a report to any College employee listed above will necessarily trigger this Policy’s centralized review process. If an individual would like the details of an incident to be kept confidential, he or she may choose to speak with the following resources:
On-campus health service providers and licensed professional counselors in Student Health & Counseling (SHAC), located in Spellman Hall. Campus counselors are available to help free of charge and can be seen on an emergency basis during normal business hours.
The above on-campus resource centers are staffed by medical and psychological professionals who are bound by state confidentiality laws and will not share a report with other members of the College except in extreme cases of immediate threat or danger, or abuse of a minor. These employees are required to submit timely anonymous, aggregate statistical information for Clery Act purposes.